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to seek the light 
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choose so we shall and seek the day 
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COMING TO 



PARTY 





New students came to be 
oriented, old students came 
back to work for their degrees. 
Freshmen found the buildings, 
and upperclass males checked 
out the new females. Everyone 
settled down to a semester of 
hard partying and/or studying. 
Freshmen discovered the 
phenomena of fraternity parties 
and quickly learned the social 
scene at Southwestern. People 
returned to their favorite haunts 
such as Adeline's and Possum 
Creek Inn. Rolling regained its 
popularity. Big G's became 
Frontier Hall over the summer, 
providing country-western music 
and Friday night kicker dancing. 
On Saturdays, Mr. Gatti's was 
the place to watch Saturday 
Night Live. Sooner or later, 
everybody went to Austin to 
discover a night life that 
Georgetown doesn't have. 
Cartoonfests were sponsored by 
the Spot committee, and we 
enjoyed seeing our old friends 
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But the professors had other things in mind for the 
students to do. PLUS helped the freshmen learn 
how to study. Syllabi proved to be as puzzling and 
vague as ever, with corrections usually being made 
every two weeks. Returning students rediscovered 
the "all-nighter" and appreciated the fact that 7- 
11 is open all night for munchies breaks. If you 
were lucky enough to have a teacher who 
contributed to the library test file or a student with 
old tests, then you at least had a fighting chance 
come test day. By midsemester, many students 
were wondering whatever prompted them to sign 
up for that course. 



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AND TO STUDY 



COSMOLOGY COMES TO CAMPUS 



In October, the "most 
significant event to happen at 
Southwestern" was the Brown 
Symposium. This year, the 
subject was cosmology and it 
brought Dr. John Wheeler and 
Dr. Kip Thorne. The symposium 
dealt with such topics as black 
holes and the physics of the 
universe. It was a great success, 
and students debated the 
theories for weeks. 





HALLOWEEN 






Students put down their books to participate in 
the merry-making of Halloween. The annual 
apple-dunking contest was held again during 
dinner in the Commons, and contestants were 
able to show off their breath-holding abilities. A 
pumpkin-carving contest was also sponsored 
but many pumpkins were left rotting in the 
corners of rooms. LK open house was well- 
attended, with goblins roaming the halls. One 
never knew just what was around the corner, 
but gypsy fortune-tellers would inform you of 
your "future". The annual Halloween dance, 
sponsored by the Union brought in a lot of 
crazy costumes, including a VD cell and a Killer 
Bee. The evening was irreverent, and provided 
students with an outlet for craziness. 







UP IN SMOKE-SNEED BURNS 



The word passed quickly through the campus- 
Sneed Hall had burned during the night. Were 
there any survivors? Did it burn all the way to 
the ground? Will it be rebuilt? Thankfully, no 
lives were lost, and everyone was safe. 
Apparently, faulty wiring in the upstairs 
bathroom was the cause. Many stopped by 
Sneed on their way to class to see if it really 
had burned. Some Sneedies lost many 
possessions, so the students started a 
collection for them. Hints for getting the smoke 
out of their clothes was common. Gold's 
Department Store opened so the Sneedies 
could get some clothes. Southwestern gave 
each girl to replace necessities. During the day, 
the women were relocated into the panhellenic 
and resource rooms of L.K. 



As for the fate of Sneed, no one is certain. The 
24 rooms lost will be recovered with the 
renovation of the LK Annex. The Annex will be 
renamed McCullough Hall, with the second 
floor named Sneed Suite. But McCullough Hall 
will never recapture the home-like atmosphere 
of Sneed. 




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RETURNING 



Once again, many alumni returned to their 
alma mater for Homecoming. According to 
tradition, the golf flags were flown on top of 
the commons to honor the event. Plants 
suddenly emerged and the campus was 
tidied up to welcome the alums back. This 
year, the Homecoming game was between 
the Pikes and the I's, with the Flying I Band 
providing the halftime entertainment. 
Another highlight was the Old-timers baseball 
game. Former Southwestern baseball stars 
competed against the Southwestern team. 





MOOD HALL REOPENS 



Mood Hall was rededicated and renamed Mood-Bridwell 
Hall during Homecoming. The year-long renovations were 
finally completed and Mood-Bridwell was officially 
displayed for everyone to see. The building now houses 
most of the faculty offices, classrooms, the computer 
center, and a museum. The museum contains objects 
which portray the life around Georgetown and the history 
of Southwestern University. 





ST. ELMO'S FIRE 



This year, St. Elmo's Fire returned to entertain 
Southwestern for the umpteenth time. In an attempt to 
make this an all-university event, the Union asked many 
groups to help sponsor St. Elmo's Fire. Many students 
attended this concert and found it to be good Friday 
night entertainment. 



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GREEK WEEK AND THE GREAT 
CHILI COOKOFF 



Panhellenic and IFC again sponsored Greek Week to 
promote better Greek relations. A Wheelsathon was 
held for charity with all the participants circling 
campus on some sort of wheels. The big event, 
though, was the chili cookoff. Fraternities and 
sororities fought for the title of "best chili", and 
everyone had their own idea of who had the best. A 
dance was planned at Frontier Hall, but it was 
cancelled due to the closing of Frontier Hall. 




MERRY CHRISTMAS 





Christmas cheer spread through the campus as 
students caroled and trimmed miniature trees 
for their rooms. Tradition was the theme, 
beginning with the traditional presentation of 
Handel's Messiah by the Chorale. The 
Extraordinaires trimmed the Christmas tree in 
the SUB while many students "supervised" 
The simple beauty of the Candlelight Service 
touched many, while others thought the 
Christmas dinner in the Commons more 
appetizing. The faculty proved to be good 
waiters, as they served coffee and dessert. 




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DECEMBER 
GRADUATION 



December was graduation time for those graduating 
early or late. There was a record number of 
December graduates this year. The new alumni left 
to face a vast future, hoping that Southwestern left 
them prepared to meet it. 





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BEGINNING A NEW SEMESTER 



Spring began with long registration lines, and 
students not sure as to which lines were the right 
ones. Once finished, there was also the problem 
of moving back in. Classes began again, and once 
more we settled down to the country club life at 
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RUSH, RUSHING, RUSHED 



What Greeks had been anticipating all year 
finally occurred in January: freshman rush. 
This was the weekend that they were 
catered to in the hopes that they would join. 
After two nights of parties for men, and 
three nights for women, decisions were 
made on both sides. Ideally, these decisions 
would match, and for the most part, they 
did. But there were also those freshmen who 
did not receive the bid of their choice or any 
at all. And there were those who just wanted 
to be independent. "Bid day" was a day for 
squeals of happiness and tears of frustration. 




GIVING BLOOD, GIVING LIFE 



In January, Ruter House Council sponsored a 
blood drive. A large number of students 
participated as many pints were collected. For 
those who gave blood for the first time, they 
found that it really didn't hurt, and it was a 
good way to get free orange juice and cookies. 





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SHAMROCK OUT, SAGA 



Students came back from Spring Break to discover a notice 
that told of a change in food services. The first question 
most students wanted to know was whether it would 
provide better food or not. Rumors flew around campus 
about changes. As it turned out, Shamrock asked to leave 
because it was operating at a loss with no apparent 
turnaround in sight. Saga agreed to step in at once and 
began operation when students returned from Spring Break. 
In an effort to economize, Saga produced food that many 
students referred to as "mystery meals". Students also 
complained about smaller portions served. By the end of 
the year, however, food became more recognizable and 
larger portions were served. Most decided that it was a 
change for the better. 




ELECTIONS 



Elections held in April determined who will be the 
leaders next year. For days, candidates asked 
students to sign their petitions. In the Georgetown 
election, the issue of beer-to-go was decided. By a 
margin of 23 votes, it was approved. Beer has come 
to Georgetown. 



Senate Officers 

President: Janice Richmond 
Vice-president: Herb Coe 
Secretary: Pat Stafford 
Treasurer: Shirley Fleuriet 
Educational Affairs: Neil Kirkpatrick 
Judiciary 

President: Judy Schmoeller 
Publication Editors 
Megaphone: Hoyt Riley 
Sou'wester: Joel Vera 
Magazine: Eric Reynolds 







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PARENT'S WEEKEND 



Southwestern welcomed the parents of students in April. It 
was a common sight to see students giving their parents a 
grand tour of the campus. Mothers and fathers saw their 
children honored at the Honors Assembly. Many awards 
were given, including Cardinal Key's Outstanding Freshman 
and Sophomore Women, won by Cynthia Burns and Jan 
Oliver, respectively. Alpha Chi members and Who's Who 
recipients were also recognized. After lunch, parents were 
treated to sorority and fraternity receptions. The overall 
effect was having parents leave knowing that Southwestern 
was worth the tuition money. 



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DIALOGUE OF THE CARMELITES 



CULTURE COMES TO S.U. 



This year proved to be a very successful year for the Artist 
Series. The first to come to Southwestern this year was 
Victoria de los Angeles, internationally acclaimed opera star. In 
February, violinist Eugene Fodor. Audiences were enchanted 
by his masterful recital. Finally, Jose Greco and his company 
treated Southwestern to Spanish flamenco dancing. 



TWELFTH NIGHT 




Orsino 
Sebastian 


Eddie Cating 
Tim Crouch 


Antonio 

A Sea Captain 

Valentine 


Jeffrey Osborn 

Barry Nash 

Wallace Hines 


Curio 


Re Simmons 


Sir Toby Belch 
Sir Andrew 


Tal Lostracoo 
John Davis 


Malvolio 


Kelly Smith 



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John Buchanan 


Feste 


Ken Wilson 


Olivia 


Cynthia Burns 


Viola 


Pattye DeDear 


Maria 


Terri Middlebrooks 


Officers 


Steve Truitt 




Price Blalock 



THE HOSTAGE 





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Monsewer 

Teresa 

Leslie 

I.R.A. Officer 

Feargus 

Mr. Mulleady 

Miss Gilchrist 

Rio Rita 

Princess Grace 

Ropeen 

Colette 

Kate 

Mouse 

Bobo 

Bridget 

Mary 

Russian Sailor 

O'Shaunessy 



Eddie Cating 

Danice Phillippi 

Jeff Osborn 

Anne Sheffield 

Malcolm McQuoid 

Ken Wilson 

Tim Crouch 

Barry Nash 

Carol Cleaver 

Wallace Hines 

Carlton Odom 

Brenda Pontiff 

Bobbie Fisher 

Cynthia Burns 

Tim Scholl 

Pattye DeDear 

Tami Treuhardt 

Beth Vandament 

Miles Varner 

Sergio Chavarria 






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SENIOR SHOWS 




Trifles" 



Directed by Helen Dunbar 



'The Little Foxes" 



Directed by Anne Sheffield 



'Pfieffer's People" 



Directed by Dayle Skore 





BEHIND THE SCENES 




WHO'S WHO 



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CANDACE HINSON 



NOT PICTURED: DUSTIN JAMES 



VIRGINIA LOVELESS 




DEBBIE MANN 




KIM ROZACKY 




MARK SESSIONS 



NOT PICTURED: JEFF STOLTENBERG 



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REBECCA VARDIMAN 



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STUDENT LIFE 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT 




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MATTHEW DAUDE 



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ALPHA DELTA PI 



First row: Holly Campbell, Patrice Mathews, Suzanne Ford, Pattie Burrer, Hillery 

Keith, Amy Parker, Jamie Jones, Deanne Corley, Vicci Drake, Linda Cavness. 
Second row: Judy Brown, Holly Hardy, Julie Brawner, Susan Tillman, Sharon 

Tittle, Sonja Ferguson, Karen Little, Regina Knorpp, Kathleen Slaughter, 

Michelle McGill. 
Third row: Cynthia Burns, Jannae Tunnell, Janice Richmond, Sally Suh, Lisa 

Natoli, Judy Schmoeller, Kelly Chambers, Rosanna Lapham, Vivian Pollard, 

Gwen Griffin. 
Fourth row: Ruth Demanzuk, Jan Ramsey, Carol Cleaver, Pam Hartung, Liz 

Heuschkell, Constance Sheppard, Cheryl McGahey, Kerry Cole. 
Fifth row: Leslie Kirby, Pam Pollock, Mary Ell McMillan, Janet Russell, Colleen 

Sullivan, Melinda Johnston, Cindy Truax, Bonnie Blakney. 
Not pictured: Karen Bebee, Cindy Bell, Karen Campbell, Paula Hammond, Carol 

Neely, Allison Pratt, Caroline Shell. 





DELTA DELTA DELTA 



First row: Yvette Payne, Glenda Tomme, Michelle Moody, Lela Gardner, Barb 

Mandell, Beth Hollingsworth, Mona McNeill. 
Second row: Ellen Affleck, Ellin Prudhomme, Karla Ailts, Carey Roper, Kendall 

Parrish, Donna Carter, Julie Schnepel. 
Third row: Molly Conner, Donna Drake, Cathy Lynch, Dianne Day, Margaret 

Thompson, Nancy Olsen, Aubra Frazer, Elizabeth Knight, Missi Griffin. 
Fourth row: Ann Bruns, Jeanie Speck, Carolyn Abraham, Viveca Crixell, Robin 

Ewbank, Amy Neves, Julie Shoup, Candace Hinson, Teresa Schroeder, Angie 

Winslow, Pam Whitman, Marie Cunningham, Lynn Sells, Gayle Murphy, Eddy 

Bray, Jerri Duddlesten, Annette Kent, Ginny Kinney, Mimi Winters, Julia Bush. 
Fifth row: Sally Victorin, Paula Key, Melinda Pentecost, Karen Lambert, Danice 

Phillippi, Diane Rosenblad, Cheryl ImMasche, Cindy Williams, Laurie Graef, 

Beth Gentry, Carol Bender. 
Not pictured: Kathy Black, Lisa Clifton, Liz Dubuis, Shirley Fleuriet, Trisha 

Fulmer, Laura Moffitt, Julie Nelson, Tina Payne, Linda Phillips, Laurie 

Shepherd. 






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First row: Vicki Pierce, Carla Hawkins, Margaret Wilcox, Beth Vandament, Beth Biar, 

Kelly Placker, Kim Kennedy, Darlene Evans, Mary Beth Thomas, Betsy Rylander, 

Patty Woodfin. 
Second row: Renee Hartman, Maralee Buttery, Sandra Hobbs, Bobbie Fisher, Beth 

Whitfield, Sharon Janecek, Lorna Van Cleave, Brenda Morris, Maureen Goodnow, 

Allison Louis. 
Third row: Debbie Mann, Terri Flagg, Betty Wilson, Diane Bailey, Annette Austin, 

Carol Sloan, Beth Breazeale, Lynne Sandberg, Sharon Marquis, Cindy Newman, 

Eunice Teinert, Karol Sandberg, C.J. Forbess. 
Not pictured: Sonia Alvarado, Liz Burkhalter, Cindy Durett, Laura Graff, Dianne 

Holley, Mary Ellen Sherrill, Lorena Stancil. 




DELTA ZETA 




Front: Ruth Wilson, Carolyn Jobe, Valerie Low, Wren Gray, Karen 
Crenwelge, Becky Bendiksen, Carol O'Connell, Jenni Pelton, 
Susan Hennigh, Stephanie Dory. 

Back: Kara Bumpus, Colleen Ozan, Debbie Berkey, Debbie Wiemers, 
Jamie Brechin, Jan Oliver, Charla Patton. 

Not pictured: Pat Burgess, Linda Kofman, Mona Sells, Mary Snow. 




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ZETA TAU ALPHA 



First row: Missi Wickes, Donna Johnson, Mary Weller, Karen Rymer, Cissy 

McCrary. 
Second row: Sarah Tunnell, Cary Nixon, Cheri Ward, Julie Williams, Susan Anthony. 
Third row: Lisa Pelosi, Lesley Ansley, Trina Rothwell, Sondra Haynes, Leslea Pike, 

Melinda White. 
Fourth row: Kim Cardiff, Robin Holmstrom, Donna Bryant, Judy Anthony, Nancy 

Preis, Joanie Graham, Hope Phillips, Shari Heacock, Annette Lee. 
Fifth row: Kathy Rowland, Lisa Arrendell, Kim Arrendell, Bonnie Jay, Kathleen 

Koenig, Gary Querbach, Glenda Porter, Kyle Babick, Mary Tarver, Steve 

Lufburrow, Lynn Baria. Bill Williams, Karen Carter, Tracy Strane, Robin Atkinson, 

Brenda Pontiff, Debbie Barrier. 
Not pictured: Annie Arnold, Liz Farnsworth, Kris Hatch, Laura Logan, Christy 

McLeod, Sandy Nancy Skinner, Kathy Steer, Gwyn Tuttle, Marge Walborg, Ruth 

Waters. 




KAPPA ALPHA 







On ground: David Shoemaker 

First row Mike Moffitt, Jim Johnson, Randy Fadrique, Bill Engvall, Cindy Edge, 
Kelly Byars, Charlie Guidry, Pat McCurrin, Chaille Weiler, Holly Hardy, Brent 
Mothersbaugh, Brad McCampbell, Mike Thoden. 

Second row: Brooke Stroud Cullum Thompson, Jill Wallace, Lynn Stedman, 
Robert Edmonson, Paul Irwin, Bennett Morgan, Jerry Pate, Mona McNeill, 
Wayne Bissett. 

Third row: George Jones, Greg Gordon, Clare Stedman, Jack Degrand, Greg 
Willis, Marie Cunningham, Rick Schroff, Cheryl McGahey, Ann Bruns, Rod 
Meagher, Kendall Parrish, Chris Wilson, Cheryl ImMasche, Scott Flournoy, 
Matt Worley, Laura Moffitt, Kathy Steer, Larry Loden, Larry Cotten, Melinda 
Pentecost, Steve McGrede, Clay Cornett, Linda Cavness, Eddy Bray, Janet 
Russell, John El McCord, J. P. Reed, Casey, Joe Osment, Kenny Whitworth. 

Not pictured: Jack Green, Robert Herdenreich, Rex Preis, Bryan Russ, Phillip 
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First row: Mitch Brownlee, Danny Middlebrooks (and son), John Sonnenberg, Alan 

Neal, Scott Hawn, Mark McPhail. 
Second row: Blake Stanford, Mark Eggleston, John Paul, Kent Roper, Rod Bailey, Bi 

Curtis. 
Thrd row: Wood Rogers, Tone Owens, Tanner Garth, Jim Ivers, Chris Mathers, 

Dennis Reynolds. 
Not pictured: Eric Reynolds, Mark Robertson. 




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First row: Seba, Tim Stanton, Steve Lozano, Joey French, Jerry Shroff, Jeff 
Johnson, Kyle Nunley, Gene McCall, Jan Greenspan, Richey Williams, Keith 
Boone. 

Second row: Mike Minick, Jay Smith, James McCullin, Gary Clayton, Jay Andrus, 
Danny Deaver, Jim Winzeler, Mark Waggoner, Steve Cobb, Bart Shaw, Greg 
Gibson, Randy Stump, Holly Hardy, Doug Hutchins, Jon Dickson. 

Third row: Scott Armsworth, Steve Hermann, Ken Baker, Kevin Dice, Steve 
Gardner, Pete Wilcox, Mike Ellis. 

Not pictured: John Dieck, Ellis Mills, Clayton Rote, Keith Sells. 



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PI KAPPA ALPHA 



First row: Rob Whitecotton, Bill Williams. Bob Thomas, Chip Brooks, Gary Ouerbach, 

Jeff Zwiener, Lynn Hurst, Allan Price, Kyle Babick, Barry Nash, Joe Cross, Dustin 

James. 
Second row: Frank Stowers, Steve Robertson, Dan Dalton, Mark Danheim, Robin 

Clearman, Phil Bullard, Tim Crouch, Bill Kirk, Mike Yarber, Steve Pontiff, Mark 

Wood, Craig Cates. 
Third row: Doug Foxworth, Gary Shipp, Tom Doud, Tom Schlenker, Billy Richter, 

Joe Pool, Don Smith, David Eimann, Allen Halbrook, Neil Kirkpatrick, John 

Wayland, Jim Shaw, George Young, John Zwiener. 
Fourth row: David Alexander, Steve Ressling, Ed Cowsar, Ros Hill, Michael 

Sheppard, Mike Brabandt, Dave Ross, Fred Hilgeman, Craig Reed, Kelley Clark, 

Joel Vera. 
Not pictured: Gene Brown, Ken Browne. John Buchanan, Bill Edmonds, Bill 

Haygood, Lowell Johnson, Steve Lufburrow. Patrick Loring, David Munson, George 

Rutherford, Karl Scholl, John Young, George McDaniel. 







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Andy Smith, Craig Cates, John Dieck, Dennis 
Reynods, Steve McGrede, Brooke Stroud, Blake 
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Seated: Alberta Hubbard, Mona Sells, Sharon Johnson, Pat Webb, Pat 

Burgess, Shirley Tatum. 
Standing: Alan Scott, Mike Thompson, Hebo Johnson, James Flowers, 

Chris Shungu, Dikoma Shungu. 



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UNION 



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First row. Yvette Bricker, Chris Salmon. 

Second row: Bonnie Blakney, Lynda Lieberman, Carol Bennett, Lester 

Hahn 
Third row: Randy Burt, Miles Varner, Stephanie Dory, Alberta Hubbard. 
Not pictured: Shirley Tatum, Robin Steitz, Adele Spencer. 



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Dennis Gilmore, Yvette Bricker (chairperson), Gary Dockery, Randy Burt, 
Kim Brown, Joe Bourne, Yuki Morris, Laura Andrade. 



ENTERTAINMENT 



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SPOT 




Evelyn Trujillo, Stephanie Dory, Yvette, Bricker, Miles Varner, Danice Philippi. 




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MINORITIES 



Seated: Pat Webb, Alberta Hubbard, Pat Burgess, Shirley Tatum. 
Standing: Alan Scott, James Flowers, Sergio Chavarria 




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John Young, Cindy Bell, Bonnie Blakney, Gayle Murphy, Brian Todd, 

Debbie Berkey, Tim Scholl, Pattye DeDear, Debbie Wiemers, Jarre 

Sharp, Candace Hinson, Juli Belian, Mike Yarber, Kyle Babick, David 

Simmons. 

Not pictured: Maralee Buttery, Ruth Demanzuk, John Dieck, Peggy 

Downing, Dustin James, Sharon Marquis, Julie Schnepel, Richard 

Shepherd, Colleen Sullivan, Susan Tillman, Jeff Zwiener. 



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CARDINAL KEY 



First Row: Ruth Demanzuk, Pat Webb, Rebecca Vardiman, Beth 

Vandament, Debbie Mann, Nancy Preis. 
Second Row: Patricia Fulkes, Mary Weller, Julie Schnepel, Karen 

Lambert, Susan Tillman, Sharon Tittle, Gayle Murphy, Kathy Black. 
Not pictured: Candace Hinson, Wren Gray, Marlaee Buttery, Stephanie 

Dory, Debbie Berkey, Lela Gardner, Terri Flagg, Bobbie Fisher, Carla 

Hawkins. 





President: David Simmons 
Vice-president: Janice Richmond 
Treasurer: Sarah Tunnell 
Secretary: Carolyn Abraham 
Parliamentarian: Debbie Berkey 
Educational Affairs chairman: Billy Richter 
Student Welfare chairman: Herb Coe 



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STUDENT JUDICIARY 




First row: Judy Schmoeller, John Buchanan, Mary Weller, Steve 

McGrede 
Second row: Ana Bailey, Lisa Clifton, Kathy Black 
Third row: Carlton Odom, Jerry Shroff, Larry Loden, Mark McPhail, Ken 

Baker. 



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Sitting: Jenny Tubbs, Jan Oliver, Ana Bailey 

Standing: Molly Conner, Pam Kostas, Missi Griffen, Sonja Ferguson, 
Annette Austin. 



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HOUSE COUNCILS 



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Beth Hollingsworth, Lisa Clifton, Annie Arnold, Paula Hammond, Danice 
Philippi, Mary Jean Wilson, Constance Sheppard, Vicci Drake, Pam 
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Don Heins, Dave Ross, Ed Cowsar, John 
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INTERNATIONAL HOUSE 



First row: Jovita Belmar, Chris Salmon, Angeles Aguilar, Laura Daigle, 
Second row: Jim Oliver, Carlton Odom, Matthew Daude, Andre Garcia, 

Dennis Gilmore, Kathy McDonald, 
Third row: Jorge Matias, Steve Truitt, Adele Spencer. 




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First row: John Wong, Peggy Downing, Carol Teas, Carol Sloan, Darlene Evans, 

Sharon Marquis, Gayle Murphy, Susan Tillman. 
Second row: Lee Davis, R. Shepherd, Jeff Zwiener, Jim Rulla, John Schulze, 

John Dieck, Mark Waggoner, Dr. Soulen. 



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POLI-SCI 



Francis O'Brien, Judy Anthony, Mike Yarber, Suk-soon Suh, Miles Varner 



Karen Campbell, Cindy Truax, Wren Gray, Sarah Tunnell, Maralee Buttery, Debbie 
Berkey, Randy Stump, Gwyn Tuttle, Celia Sexton, David Simmons, Nancy Preis, 
Danny Gonzales, Kent Leediker, Francis O'Brien, Debbie Webster, Kevin Schmid, 
Kelly Chambers. 



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Becky Bendiksen, Debbie Wiemers, Peggy Downing, 
Cathy Spain, Taka Nakamura, Lori Wimmer, Leah 
Larson, Bonnie Blakney, Regina Knorpp, Amy 
Audas, Anne Harris, Sharon Marquis, Rebecca 
Vardiman. 



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OTHER ORGANIZATIONS 



Free University 

Outdoor Recreation 

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First row: Debbie Berkey, Sharon Janecek, Regine Reynolds, Claude Kennard. 
Second row: Debbie Barr, Colonel Anne-Marie Doering, Donna Drake, Annie Arnold, 

Gerhild Rogers, Regina Knorpp, James Jones, Evelyn Trujillo, Dikoma Shungu, 

Ben Oliver, Ellsworth Peterson. 




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MEGAPHONE 



Mike Reed, Hoyt Riley, Kyle Babick, Bill Haygood, Karen Tomasco, 
Lee Davis, Marge Walborg, Hank Rhodes, Glenda Porter, Dustin 
James, Karen Lambert, Bill DeFries, Jenni Pelton. 





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Front: Joel Vera, Debbie Barr. 

Back: Ruth Wilson, Diane Bailey, Steve Truitt 



SOU'WESTER 



Editor: Diane Bailey 

Photo Editor: Debbie Barr 

Classes Section: Ruth Wilson 

Index: Shawn Redman 

Twelfth Night pages: Laurie Shepherd 

Photographers: Steve Truitt 
Joel Vera 



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First row: Bill Haygood, David Munson, Dennis Gilmore, Mike Houston, 
Larry Cotten, Jarre Sharp, Bill DeFries, Miles Varner, Tim 
Scholl. Second row: Julie Nelson, Stephanie Dory, Melinda 
Pentecost, Lela Gardner, Lisa Cunningham, Patty Woodfin, Carol 
Cleaver, Danice Philippi, Barbara Thomas. 



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First row: Belinda King, Judy Carter, Charlotte Reed, Rebecca 
VardimanSecond row: Yvette Bricker, Patricia Fulkes, Karen 
Ellis, Katherine Peterson.Third row: Stephanie Dory, Alberta 
Hubbard, Beth Biar, Missi Wickes, Amanda Villaret, Julie 
Schnepel, Melanie Rielly, Pam Rossman. 



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First row: Becky Osborne, Pattye DeDear, Tim Crouch, Brenda 
Pontiff, Cynthia Burns, Terri Middlebrooks, Molly Elliot, Bobbie 
Fisher. Second row: Kelly Smith, Ed Cating, M'Lynda Wilsher, John 
Davis, Ken Wilson, Diana Dulaney, Fred Goodson, Wallace Hines, 
Sergio Chavarria, Beth Vandament, Re Simmons, Carol Cleaver, 
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SENIORS 




Glenn Arthur Adams 

B.B.A. in Marketing 
Pre Law Association (president); Blue key (service 
projects chairman); Pi Kappa Alpha (rush materials 
editor, corresponding secretary, executive council); 
Ideas and Issues; Dean's List. 



Peter M. Aguilar 



Susan Carol Anthony 

B.B.A. in General Business 
University Distinction List; SU Singers; Pi Gamma Mu; 
Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sisters; WRA; Sinfonietta; Zeta 
Tau Alpha (service chairman, membership chairman, 
first vice-president); Student Fees Allocation commit- 
tee . 



Anne Elizabeth Arnold 

B.A. in Mathematics and French 



Kyle Anthony Babick 
B.A. in Humanistic Psychology 



Deborah Gene Barr 
B.A. in English 



Jovita Enriqueta Belmar 

B.A. in Humanistic Psychology 



Tracie Benedict 



144 



Carol Ann Bennett 
B.F.A. in Art 



Deborah Elizabeth Berkey 

B.A. in French 
Phi Mu (vice-president, panhellenic); Pi Delta Phi; 
Cardinal Key; Alpha Chi. 



Katherine Ann Black 
B.S. in Elementary Educatior 



Keith Payne Boone 
B.A. in Religion 




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Yvette Pauline Bricker 

B.S. in Elementary Education 
Delta Omicron; LK House Council; Student Senate; 
Coffeehouse (chairman); Entertainment committee 
(chairman); Orientation Leader. 



Edwin Eugene Brown 

B.A. in Sociology 
Pi Kappa Alpha (historian); Student Senate (vice- 
president); External Affairs (chairman); Young Repub- 
licans; Poli-Sci Society. 






Diane Byars 
Judy Carter 




145 




Gary Dwayne Clayton 
B.B.A. in General Business 



Bill Coers 



Kerry Ann Cole 

B.A. in History 
Resident Assistant: LK House Council; Campus Life 
Council; Alpha Delta Pi (philanthropy, guard). 



Krissane Cox 



Joe Warren Cross, II 

B.A. in Humanistic Psychology and Philosophy 



146 



Danny Deaver 



William Edwin DeFries 

B.A. in Religion 
Extraordinaires; SU Singers; Mu Psi Chi; Megaphone 
(associate editor); Editorial Board; Humanities divi- 
sion representative. 



Ruth Scott Demanzuk 

B.B.A. in General Business 
Cardinal Key; Alpha Delta Pi (pledge trainer, vice- 
president, registrar); Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sister 
(secretary-treasurer); University Distinction List. 



Stephanie Anita Dory 



Peggy Ann Downing 
B.S. in Chemistry 
Alpha Chi; Who's Who; Southwestern Science 
Society (secretary); University Distinction List; LK 
House Council; Orientation Leader; Texas 
Collegiate Academy of Scientists. 




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Elizabeth Marie Dubuis 

B.B.A. in General Business 
Delta Delta Delta (treasurer, marshall); Pi Kappa Al- 
pha Little Sister. 



Cynthia Ann Edge 
B.F.A. in Fine Arts 



Karen Ellis 



Bobbie Ann Fisher 



Terri Gale Flagg 

B.M. in Music Education 
Delta Omicron; Cardinal Key; Chorale; Resident As- 
sistant; Who's Who; Delta Zeta (recording secretary, 
sports chairman, activities chairman); SU Singers. 




148 




Patricia Elaine Fulkes 
B.M. in Music Education 



Lela Vivion Gardner 

B.M.E. in Music Education 
Who's Who; Cardinal Key; Delta Delta Delta (scholar- 
ship, rush chairman, chaplain); Fine Arts representa- 
tive; Delta Omicron; Student Judiciary; Kappa Alpha 
Little Sister (treasurer, Rose nominee). 



Dennis Wayne Gilmore 
B.M.E. in Music 



Gregory Alan Gordon 
B.A. in Biology 



Laura Lynne Graff 

B.A. in Humanities-French 
Delta Zeta (ritual chairman); Pi Delta Phi. 



149 



Joseph Edward Graves 
B.A. in Religion and Mathematics 



Paula Jean Hammond 

B.A. in History 
Alpha Delta Pi (recording secretary, historian); Kurth 
House Council (president); Student Senate; External 
Affairs Commission; Humanities Division representa- 
tive; Poli-Sci Society. 



Carla Dianne Hawkins 

B.M.E. in Music 
Delta Zeta (courtesy chairman, parliamentarian, cor- 
responding secretary, song leader); Delta Omicron 
(treasurer); PiKappa Alpha Little Sister; Cardinal Key; 
SU Singers; Chorale; Extraordinaires; Opera Theatre; 
Alma Thomas Fine Arts Scholarship; University Dis- 
tinction List; SNEA. 



Debra Hayes 



Virginia Leigh Henderson 
B.B.A. in Marketing 




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150 



Connie Mae Matchen Hendrix 
B.S. in Elementary Education 




Candace Susannah Hinson 

B.S. in Elementary Education 
Who's Who; Dean's List; Cardinal Key (president); 
Alpha Chi; Delta Delta Delta (treasurer, fraternity 
education, publicity chairman); Social Science repre- 
sentative; Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sister (secretary- 
treasurer); Resident Assistant. 



Michael W. Houston 



Alberta Hubbard 

B.B.A. in General Business 
BOSS (chairperson, secretary); Union Governing 
Board (vice-president); Student Senate; CLC; Resi- 
dent Assistant; Sophomore Advisor; SU Singers; Cho- 
rale; Chapel Choir; Delta Omicron; Minorities com- 
mittee; Discipline committee; Organizations commit- 
tee; wra. 



Cindy Leigh Hudgins 

B.S. in Elementary Education 
SNEA; SU Singers. 



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Chester Lynn Hurst 

B.A. in Biology 
Pi Kappa Alpha; Southwestern Science Society; Resi- 
dent Assistant. 



Allen Rodney Jackson 

B.M.E. in Music 
Mu Psi Chi; Symphonic Band; Sinfonietta; SNEA 



Dustin Kimbel James 

B.S. in Chemistry 
Outstanding Freshman Chemistry award; Professor 
Godbey Chemistry scholarship; Alpha Chi; Blue Key; 
Southwestern Science Society; Who's Who; Sou'wes- 
ter Superlative; Stage Band; Sinfonietta; Ideas and 
Issues; Megaphone (editor); Pi Kappa Alpha; National 
Science Foundation Undergraduate Research partici- 
pant; Robert A. Welch Foundation scholarship. 



Sharon Anne Janecek 

B.A. in French and International Studies 
Delta Zeta (pledge trainer, courtesy chairman); Ideas 
and Issues; Free University; Union Governing Board; 
Pi Delta Phi (president); Alpha Chi. 



Belinda King 



152 



Adrian Doran Knapper 
B.S. in S.S. in Sociology 



Kathleen Evelyn Koenig 

B.A. in Sociology 
Zeta Tau Alpha (corresponding secretary, alumnae 
contact, standards chairman, pledge trainer); Pi 
Kappa Alpha Little Sister (vice-president, president, 
Dream Girl); WRA; AWS. 



Craig A. Kotz 



Leah Jean Larson 
B.A. in English 



Gene Larson Lawhon 
B.S. in Physical Education 




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Kent Mason Leediker 
B.B.A. in Economics and Accounting 



Helen Karen Little 



Virginia Ann Loveless 

B.A. in International Studies 



Roy Robert Luepnitz 
B.A. in Humanistic Psychology 



George Richard McDaniel 
B.B.A. in General Business 










154 




John McKee 



Deborah Sue Mann 

B.M.E. in Music 
Delta Zeta (rush chairman, pledge trainer); Delta 
Omicron; Who's Who. 



Monica Lee Minor 
B.B.A. in Accounting 



Deborah Kay Moon 

B.S. in Elementary Education 
Dean's List; University Distinction List; Chorale; Resi- 
dent Assistant; Snea. 



Yuki Ann Morris 
B.S. in Biology 



155 





Kristi Lyn Moses 
B.A. in Sociology and Humanistic Psychology 

Taka Nakamura 



Fredoric Barrett Nash 
B.F.A. in Theatre 



Gustavo Oroza 

B.M. in Applied Music 



Lisa Pelosi 

Eric Davis Perkins 
B.A. in Biology 



Pamela Kile Pollock 
B.S. in Sociology 
Alpha Delta Pi; Student Senate; Social Sciences re- 
presentative; Academic Affairs Liaison committee; 
Sophomore Advisor; Educational Affairs commission; 
Young Life; Manager and Trainer for women's athlet- 
ics; AWS; WRA. 



Leigh Ellen Ponsford 
B.F.A. in Art 



156 



Nancy Lynn Preis 

B.B.A. in General Business 
Student Judiciary; Zeta Tau Alpha (panhellenic, schol- 
arship chairman); Panhellenic (president, social 
chairman). 



Allan Price 



Gary Lee Querbach 
B.F.A. in Art 



Susan Bevil Robertson 
B.A. in English and History 



Marsha Kay Russell 
B.M. in Applied Music 



Michael Gene Salter 
B.A. in Sociology 



Lynne Marie Sandberg 
B.B.A. in Accounting 
Delta Zeta (treasurer, social chairman, sports chair- 
man); Sinfonietta. 



Karl William Scholl 
B.S. in Physical Education 




157 



Sheila Sells 



Mark Gregory Sessions 

B.S. in Political Science 
Who's Who; Pi Kappa Alpha (president, vice-presi 
dent, IFC, sports captain); Blue Key; Dean's List; Resi 
dent Assistant; Student Senate; Poli-Sci Society; Ori 
entation Leader; Commencement Planning commit 
tee. 



William David Simmons 
B.A. in Political Science and History 



John Sonnenberg 




Adele Spencer 




158 




Kathy Jean Steer 
B.A. in Humanistic Psychology and Art 




Russell Stone 





Shirley Berneater Tatum 
B.A. in Mathematics 



Barbara Susan Tillman 

B.S. in Chemistry 
Alpha Delta Pi; Southwestern Science Society (presi- 
dent); Who's Who; Cardinal Key; Alpha Chi; Pi Kappa 
Alpha Little Sister (Dream Girl). 




Sharon Eileen Tittle 

B.B.A. in General Business 
Alpha Delta Pi (philanthropy chairman); Cheerleader; 
SU Singers; Chapel Choir; Spot committee; Young 
Life; Bible Study; Buc Boosters; InterVarsity; Phi Del- 
ta Theta Mother Hen. 



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Brian Thomas Todd 
B.M.E. in Music 



Renato Jose Troconis 
B.B.A. in General Business 



Evelyn Joyce Trujillo 

B.A. in Spanish 
LK House Council; Humanities Division representa- 
tive; La Gente; Minorities committee (chairman); Sig- 
ma Delta Pi; Resident Assistant; Spot committee. 



Gwyn Tuttle 
B.A. in English and Political Science 



Victoria Van der Naillen 
B.B.A. in Marketing 

Rebecca Jane Vardiman 
B.M. in Applied Music 



Sherry Ann Kaminski Vrana 
B.S. in Elementary Education 




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Bill Walton 

Patricia Ann Webb 
B.S. in Elementary Education 



Margaret Anita Wilcox 

B.M. in Music Education 
Delta Zeta (president, panhellenic, press and public- 
ity); Delta Omicron; Chapel Choir; SU Singers; Resi- 
dent Assistant. 



Cindy Willard 



Richard Earl Williams 

B.B.A. in Economics 
Phi Delta Theta (house manager, treasurer). 



Bernard Thomas Williamson, Jr. 
B.B.A. in Marketing 



Michael Gene Williamson 

B.B.A. in General Business 
Band; Poli-Sci Society; Student Senate; Student Re- 
presentative to Alumni Board. 



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Mary Jean Wilson 
B.A. in Humanistic Psychology 



Michael David Yarber 

B.A. in Economics 
Pi Kappa Alpha; Poli-Sci Society (president); Pre Law 
Association; Student Judiciay; Blue Key; Alpha Chi. 




Robert Jeffrey Zwiener 

B.S. in Biology 
Pi Kappa Alpha; Southwestern Science Society; Alpha 
Chi (president); Blue Key; Resident Assistant; 
Sou'wester Superlative; Student Senate (election 
chairman). 



Elizabeth Ann Burkhalter 

B.S. in Physical Education 
Delta Zeta; Tennis team; Volleyball team. 



Bart Conoly Koontz 

B.A. in History 
Kappa Sigma (president); Student Senate; Pre Law 
Association; IFC. 



Karen Sue Campbell 

B.A. in English 
Alpha Delta Pi (efficiency vice-president); Poli-Sci 
Scoeity; Orientation Leader. 



James Bruce McNutt 
B.B.A. in Economics 
Pi Gamma Mu; Dean's List. 



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Angeles Aguilar 
Paul J. Anderson 
Kim Arrendell 
Lisa Arrendell 
Robert Barton 



Juli Belian 
Carol Bender 
Rebecca Bendiksen 
Elizabeth Benefield 
Grace Bernhardt 



Beth Breazeale 
Kimberly Brown 
Ann Bruns 
Patricia Burgess 
Randy Burt 



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JUNIORS 




164 



Julia Bush 
Maralee Buttery 
Suzanne Cason 
Craig Cates 
Larry Chase 



Mark Chiesa 
Donna Davis 
Loretta Deason 
Pattye DeDear 
Cindy Durett 








165 



Mike Ellis 
Darlene Evans 
Diane Fennekohl 
Timothy Fleming 
Aubra Frazier 



Cindy Fuessel 
Andre Garcia 
Naomi Garcia 
Wren Gray 
Gwen Griffin 




166 




Greg Hutchins 
Melinda Johnston 
Phyllis Kurtin 
Karen Lambert 
Jeff Latimer 



Valerie Low 
Sharon Marquis 
Risa Marshall 
Cissy McCrary 
Kathy McLean 




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167 




Mary Ell McMillan 
Laura Moffitt 
Michelle Moody 
Brenda Morris 
Gayle Murphy 



Cary Nixon 
Jim Oliver 
Colleen Ozan 
Yvette Payne 
Paris Permenter 




168 



Katherine Peterson 
Sue Pfaeffle 
Allison Pratt 
Charlotte Reed 
Eric Reynolds 



Michael Rhoden 
Janice Richmond 
Melanie Rielly 
Bryan Russ 
Carol Salmon 



Michael Schmid 
Judy Schmoeller 
Julie Schnepel 
Tim Scholl 
Russell Segler 




169 



Celia Sexton 
Jarre Sharp 
Linda Sharpe 
Richard Shepherd 
Robert Shepherd 



Kathleen Slaughter 
Sharon Smith 
Catherine Spain 
Lorena Stancil 
Tracy Strane 



Brooke Stroud 
Sally Suh 

Mary Beth Thomas 
Margaret Thompson 




170 




Steven Truitt 
Sarah Tunnell 
Beht Vandament 
Sally Victorin 
Amanda Villaret 



Beth Whitfield 
Debbie Wiemers 
Julie Williams 
M'Lybda Wilsher 
Mimi Winters 



Patty Woodfin 
Ann Worthing 
Oscar Yuen 






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SOPHOMORES 



Carolyn Abraham 
Laura Andrade 
Judy Anthony 
Robin Atkinson 
Diane Bailey 



Lynn Baria 
Julie Blackburn 
Martha Blanco 
Eddy Bray 
Jamie Brechin 




172 



Nancy Chavers 
Clarice Chilton 
Robin Clearman 
Carol Cleaver 
Walt Cleveland 



Herb Coe 
Molly Conner 
Laura Daigle 
Daniel Dalton 
Mark Danheim 



Mitch Davies 
Kevin Dice 
Jon Dickson 
Tom Doud 
Donna Drake 




173 




Beth Gentry 
Danny Gonzales 
Joel Goode 
Maureen Goodnow 
Laurie Graef 



Joanie Graham 
Missi Griffin 
Anne Harris 
Lisa Harston 
Renee Hartman 



174 



Liz Heuschkell 
Craig Hopkins 
Jeff Houston 
Cheryl ImMasche 
Bonnie Jay 



Donna Johnson 
Lowell Johnson 
Ginger Jones 
Jamie Jones 
Kim Kennedy 



Paula Key 
Ginny Kinney 
Neil Kirkpatrick 
Mary Klar 
Gary Knight 




175 



Elizabeht Knight 
Laura Kofman 
Tina La Fuente 
Laura Logan 
Patrick Loring 



Steve Lufburrow 
Kathy MacDonald 
Richard Maduzia 
Paul Marshall 
Mindy Martin 



Martha Matchen 
Patrice Mathews 
Jorge Matias 
Brad McCampbell 
Michael McGinnis 




176 



Malcolm McQuoid 
Jane Miller 
Carol Neely 
Amy Neves 
Cindy Newman 



Tanya Nygrin 
Carlton Odom 
Margie Olivarez 
Jan Oliver 
Amy Parker 



Charla Patton 
Hal Peacock 
Jenni Pelton 
Hope Phillips 
Vicki Pierce 




177 



Lisa Pitman 
Vivian Pollard 
Joe Pool 
Michael Reed 
Billy Richter 



Diane Rosenblad 
Kathy Rowland 
Jim Rulla 
Karol Sandberg 
Randy Schaefer 



Mark Schieffer 
Tom Schlenker 
Mona Sells 
Gina Shelton 
Constance Sheppard 




178 




Julie Shoup 
Dikoma Shungu 
Carol Sloan 
Leslie Smith 
Rian Steger 



Frank Stowers 
Carol Teas 
Eunice Teinert 
Jenny Tubbs 
Lorna Van Cleave 



Miles Varner 
Missi Wickes 
Mark Wisdom 
Pamela Whitman 
John Zwiener 



179 



FRESHMEN 



Alison Ader 
Ellen Affleck 
Karla Ailts 
David Alexander 
Michael Alexander 



Debbie Alspaugh 
Mark Anderson 
Scott Armsworth 
Annette Austin 
Ana Bailey 




180 



Jeanne Bulla 
Cynthia Burns 
Pattie Burrer 
Terry Bynum 
Holly Campbell 



Cherie Canion 
Eileen Capuli 
Karen Carter 
Linda Carter 
Linda Cavness 




Mike Brabandt 
Julie Brawner 
Marcy Browning 
Diana Brogan 
John Buchanan 



181 



Kelly Chambers 
Sergio Chavarria 
Kelley Clark 
Robert Coats 
Ed Cowsar 



Karen Crenwelge 
Lisa Cunningham 
Mary Dobias 
Gary Dockery 
Erin Duffy 



David Emrich 
John Farr 
David Ferguson 
Sonja Ferguson 
Janet Fiero 




182 



Shirley Fleuriet 
C.J. Forbess 
Glenn Ford 
Suzanne Ford 
Gloria Garcia 



Steve Gardner 
Sylvia Gonzales 
Eric Gray 
Jan Greenspan 
Julie Griffin 





183 




Shannon Heacock 
Anna Heier 
Susan Hennigh 
Steve Hermann 
Karen Hicks 



Pam Higgins 
David Hill 
Sandra Hobbs 
Robin Holmstrom 
Brad Howard 



184 



Doug Hutchins 
Theresa James 
Carolyn Jobe 
Jeff Johnston 
Gail Johnston 



Hillery Keith 
Misti Kittman 
Linda Kofman 
Rosanna Lapham 
Annette Lee 





185 




Lydia Levy 
Steven Massia 
Elizabeth McAllister 
Gene McCall 
Terri McGowan 



Louise Meeks 
Jane Ann Moore 
Magan Murphy 
Gordon Musgrove 
Lisa Natoli 



Julie Nelson 
Ronda Nelson 
Tony Neuendorff 
Kyle Nunley 
Sharon Parham 



186 



Kendall Parrish 
John Paul 
Tina Payne 
Melinda Pentecost 
Robin Perkins 



Jeff Peters 
Leslea Pike 
T.C. Pitcock 
Pam Pitzer 
Kelly Placker 





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Brenda Pontiff 
Glenda Porter 
Beth Prudhomme 
Ellin Prudhomme 
Jan Ramsey 



Shawn Redman 
Craig Reed 
Steve Ressling 
Robin Reynolds 
Hank Rhodes 



Carey Roper 
Dave Ross 
Janet Russell 
Jim Rubarth 
Betsy Rylander 



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Jeanine Samer 
Mary Satterfield 
Guadalupe Saucedo 
Teresa Schroeder 
Lynn Sells 



Bart Shaw 
Terri Shelton 
Laurie Shepherd 
Leslie Sherman 
Mary Ellen Sherrill 




189 



Jerry Shroff 
Sandra Smith 
Steve Smith 
Mary Snow 
Jean Speck 



Patrick Stafford 
Robin Steitz 
Martha Stripling 
Mary Tarver 
Diana Taylor 




190 



Cynthia Truax 
Jannae Tunnell 
Oralia Villareal 
Jill Wallace 
Cheri Ward 



Ruth Waters 
Gail Watson 
Krisann West 
Edward Wheeler 
Melinda White 



Jeanie Wilcox 
Cynthia Williams 
Betty Wilson 
Ruth Wilson 
Lou Ann Winston 




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DEDICATION 





This year, Southwestern suffered the loss of 
three members of our community- Alan 
Wimmer, Lori Wimmer, And Mrs. Jane 
Lansford. Each contributed to the life here 
and it is to them that we dedicate the 1979 
Sou'wester. 



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Abraham, Carolyn-172 
Adams, Glenn A.-144 
Ader, Alison-180 
Affleck, Ellen-180 
Aguilar, Angeles M.-164 
Aguilar, Peter M.-144 
Ailts, Karla K.-180 
Alexander, David C.-180 
Alexander, Michael-180 
Alspaugh, Debbie R.-180 
Anderson, Mark A.-180 
Andrade, Laura A. -172 
Anthony, Judith D.-172 
Anthony, Susan-144 
Armsworth, Scott-180 
Arnold, Annie E.-144 
Arrendell, Kim D.-164 
Arrendell, Lisa C.-164 
Atkinson, Robin A. -172 
Austin, Annette C.-180 



Babick, Kyle-144 
Bailey, Ana 1.-180 
Bailey, Diane V.-172 
Baker, Mary J.-180 
Baria, Lynn A.-172 
Barr, Deborah G.-144 
Barton, Robert S.-164 
Belian, Juli-164 
Belmar, Jovita E.-144 
Bender, Carol B.-164 
Bendiksen, Rebecca-164 
Benedict, Tracie-144 
Benefield, Elizabeth-164 
Bennett, Carol A.-145 
Bennett, Kay D.-180 
Berkey, Deborah-145 
Bernhardt, Grace E.-164 
Biar, Beth M.-180 
Black, Katherine A. -145 
Blackburn, Julie A. -17 
Blanco, Martha E.-172 
Blomquist, Lydia R.-180 
Boone, Keith P.-145 



Bourne, Joe B.-180 
Brawner, Julia L.-181 
Bray, Edwina K.-172 
Breazeale, Elizabeth-164 
Brechin, Jamie L.-172 
Bricker, Yvette P.-145 
Brogan, Diane L.-181 
Brown, Edwin E.-145 
Brown, Kimberly-164 
Browne, Kenneth L.-172 
Browning, Marcy-181 
Bruns, Ann-164 
Bryant, Donna R.-172 
Buchanan, John J. -181 
Bulla, Jeanne-181 
Bumpus, Karen E.-172 
Burgess, Patricia D.-164 
Burns, Cynthia K.-181 
Burrer, Patricia L.-181 
Burt, Randall E.-164 
Bush, Julia B.-165 
Buttery, Maralee-165 
Byars, Peggy D.-145 
Bynum, Terry A. -181 



Campbell, Holly G.-181 
Canion, Cherie-181 
Capuli, Eileen A.-181 
Cardiff, Kim C.-172 
Carter, Judith C.-145 
Carter, Karen K.-181 
Carter, Linda A.-181 
Cason, Mary S.-165 
Cates, Craig-165 
Cavness, Linda-181 
Chambers, Kelly A.-182 
Chase, Larry W.-165 
Chavarria, Sergio-182 
Chavers, Nancy L.-173 
Chiesa, Mark A. -165 
Chilton, Clarice-173 
Clark, Kellet S.-182 
Clayton, Gary D.-146 
Clearman, Robin V.-173 



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Cleaver, Carol J. -173 
Cleveland, Walt A.-173 
Coats, Robert C.-182 
Coe, Herbert W.-173 
Coers, William A.-146 
Cole, Kerry A.-146 
Conner, Molly C.-173 
Cowsar, Edward C.-182 
Cox, Krissane-146 
Crenwelge, Karen L.-182 
Cross, Joe W.-146 
Cunningham, Lisa C.-182 

Daigle, Laura G.-173 
Danheim, Mark E.-173 
Davies, Mitchell S.-173 
Deason, Loretta A. -165 
Deaver, Danny D.-145 
Dedear, Pattye J. -165 
DeFries, William E.-147 
Demanzuk, Ruth S.-147 
Dice, Kevin-173 
Dickson, Jon M.-173 
Dobias, Mary D.-182 
Dockery, Gary W.-182 
Dory, Stephanie A. -147 
Doud, Thomas M.-173 
Downing, Peggy A. -147 
Drake, Donna L.-173 
Dubuis, Elizabeth M.-148 
Duffy, Erin A.-182 
Durett, Cynthia K.-165 

Edge, Cynthia A.-148 
Eimann, David G.-174 
Ellis, Karen K.-148 
Ellis, Mike E.-166 
Emrich, David S.-182 
Enoch, David K.-174 
Ethridge, Elizabeth-174 
Evans, Thersa D.-166 



Farr, John E.-182 



Fennekohl, Diane R.-166 
Ferguson, Sonja G.-182 
Fiero, Janet L.-182 
Fisher, Bobbie A.-148 
Fitzpatrick, Edmund-174 
Flagg, Terri G.-148 
Fleming, Timothy T.-166 
Fleuriet, Shirley M.-183 
Flowers, James E.-174 
Forbess, Cynthia J.-183 
Ford, Glenn A.-183 
Ford, Suzanne-183 
Frazer, Aubra C.-166 
Fuessel, Cindy D.-166 
Fulkes, Patricia E.-149 



Garcia, Andre P. -166 
Garcia, Gloria 0.-183 
Garcia, I. Naomi-166 
Gardner, Lela V.-149 
Gardner, Stephen K.-183 
Gentry, Beth M.-174 
Gilmore, Dennis-149 
Gonzales, Danny-174 
Gonzales, Sylvia A. -183 
Goode, Joel 0.-174 
Goodnow, Maureen I. -174 
Gordon, Gregory A. -149 
Graef, Laurel A.-174 
Graff, Laura L.-149 
Graham, Joanie-174 
Graves, Joseph E.-150 
Gray, Eric D.-183 
Gray, Wren M.-166 
Greenspan, Jan M.-183 
Griffen, Gwen-166 
Griffin, Julie B.-183 
Griffen, Margaret-174 



Halbrook, Joseph A. -184 
Hammac, Gary-166 
Hammond, Paula J. -150 
Hansen, Debra A. -166 



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Hardt, Emily E.-184 
Harris, Anne A.-174 
Harston, Lisa A. -174 
Hartman, Renee L.-174 
Hawkins, Carla D.-150 
Hayes, Debra-150 
Haygood, William H.-184 
Haynes, Sondra-184 
Heacock, Shannon L.-184 
Heacock, Shari L.-166 
Heacock, William A. -184 
Heier, Anna E.-184 
Henderson, Virginia L.-150 
Handrix, Connie M.-151 
Hennigh, Susan R.-184 
Hermann, Stephen W.-184 
Heuschkell, Lisabeth-175 
Heydenreich, Robert-166 
Hicks, Karen-184 
Higgins, Pamela Ann-184 
Hinson, Candace S.-151 
Hobbs, Sandra A.-184 
Hopkins, Craig L.-175 
Houston, Jeffrey D.-175 
Houston, Michael W.-151 
Howard, Bradley D.-184 
Hubbard, Alberta-151 
Hudgins, Cindy L.-151 
Hurst, Lynn-152 
Huser, Barbara K.-166 
Hutchins, Douglas E.-185 
Hutchins, Gregory A. -167 



ImMasche, Cheryl A. -175 



Jackson, Allen R.-152 
James, Dustin K.-152 
James, Theresa A. -185 
Janecek, Sharon-152 
Jay, Bonnie B.-175 
Jobe, Carolyn S.-185 
Johnson, Donna L.-175 
Johnson, Jefferson C.-185 



Johnson, Lowell H.-175 
Johnston, Gail A. -185 
Johnston, Melinda E.-167 
Jones, Ginger L.-175 
Jones, Jamie A. -175 



Keith, Hillery-185 
Kennedy, Kimberly A. -175 
Key, Paula C.-175 
King, Belinda K.-152 
Kinney, Virginia-175 
Kirkpatrick, Neil-175 
Kittman, Misti D.-185 
Klar, Mary E.-175 
Knapper, Adrian D.-153 
Knight, Gary L.-175 
Knight, Elizabeth-176 
Koenig, Kathleen-153 
Kofman, Laura D.-176 
Kofman, Linda E. 185 
Kotz, Craig A.-153 
Kurtin, Phyllis R.-167 



Lafuente, Tina D.-176 
Lambert, Karen E.-167 
Lapham, Rosanna L.-185 
Larson, Leah J. -153 
Latimer, Jeffrey A. -167 
Lawhon, Gene L.-153 
Lee, Annette-185 
Leediker, Kent M.-154 
Levy, Lydia D.-186 
Little, Helen K.-154 
Logan, Laura L.-176 
Loring, Patrick-176 
Loveless, Virginia A. -154 
Low, Valerie A. -167 
Luepnitz, Roy R.-154 
Lufburrow, Steven P. -176 



MacDonald, Katherine-176 
MacLean, Kathleen-167 



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Maduzia, Richard A. -176 
Mann, Deborah S.-155 
Marquis, Sharon E.-167 
Marshall, Morrisa L.-167 
Marshall, Paul J. -176 
Martin, Melinda K.-176 
Massia, Stephen-186 
Matchen, Martha J. -176 
Mathews, Patrice S.-176 
Matias, Jorge-176 
McAllister, Elizabeth-186 
McCall, Gene E.-186 
McCampbell, John B.-176 
McDaniel, George R.-154 
McGinnis, Michael C.-176 
McGowan, Terri K.-186 
McKee, John K.-155 
McMillan, Mary E.-168 
McQuoid, Malcolm D.-177 
Meeks, Alice L.-186 
Miller, Jane L.-177 
Minor, Monica L.-165 
Moffitt, Laura-168 
Moon, Devorah K.-155 
Moore, Jane A. -186 
Morris, Brenda L.-168 
Morris, Yuki A. -155 
Moses, Kristi L.-156 
Murphy, Gayle L.-168 
Murphy, Megan P. -186 
Musgrove, Gordon S.-186 
Musgrove, Merrily A.- 



Nakamura, Taka-156 
Nash, Fredoric B.-156 
Natoli, Lisa-186 
Neely, I. Carol-177 
Nelson, Julie M.-186 
Nelson, Ronda L.-186 
Neuendorff, Anthony-186 
Neves, Amy-177 
Newman, Cynthia K.-177 
Nixon, Cary A.-168 
Nunley, Kyle C.-186 



Nygrin, Tanya L.-177 



Odom, Carlton E.-177 
Olivarez, Margarita-177 
Oliver, James R.-168 
Oliver, Jan-177 
Oroza, Gustavo E.-156 
Ozan, Colleen-168 



Parham, Sharon H.-186 
Parker, Amy C.-177 
Parrish, Kendall-187 
Patton, Charla J. -177 
Paul, John R.-187 
Payne, D. Yvette-168 
Payne, Tina D.-187 
Peacock, Hal. L.-177 
Pelosi, Lisa A.-165 
Pelton, Jennifer L.-177 
Pentecost, Melinda R.-187 
Perkins, Eric D.-156 
Perkins, Robin L.-187 
Permenter, Paris C.-168 
Peters, Jeffrey T.-187 
Peterson, Katherine F.-169 
Pfaeffle, Helen S.-169 
Phillipps, Hope E.-177 
Pierce, Mary V.-177 
Pike, Leslea-187 
Pitcock, Thomas C.-187 
Pitman, Lisa A. -178 
Pitzer, Pamela F.-187 
Placker, Kelly L.-187 
Pollard, Vivian L.-178 
Pollock, Pamela K.-156 
Ponsford, Leigh E.-156 
Pontiff, Brenda-188 
Pool, Joe C.-178 
Porter, Glenda-188 
Pratt, Mary A.-169 
Preis, Nancy L.-157 
Price, Allan C.-157 
Prudhomme, Elizabeth-188 



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Prudhomme, Ellinor-188 



Querbach, Gary L.-157 



Ramsey, Jana M.-188 
Redman, Shawn H.-188 
Reed, Charlotte-169 
Reed, Craig A.-188 
Reed, Michael G.-278 
Ressling, Richard S.-188 
Reynolds, Eric L.-169 
Reynolds, Robin H.-188 
Rhoden, Michael B.-169 
Rhodes, Henry J. -188 
Richmond, Janice M.-169 
Richter, William T.-178 
Rielly, Melanie A. -169 
Robertson, Susan B.-157 
Roper, Carey-188 
Rosenblad, Robin D.-178 
Ross, David W.-188 
Rowland, Kathryn M.-178 
Rubarth, James W.-188 
Rulla, James L.-178 
Russ, Bryan F.-169 
Russell, Janet L.-188 
Rylander, Olivia E.-188 



Salmon, Carol C.-169 
Salter, Michael G.-157 
Samer, Jeanine G.-189 
Sandberg, Karol A. -178 
Sandberg, Lynne M.-157 
Satterfield, Mary B.-189 
Saucedo, Guadalupe-189 
Schaefer, Randal D.-178 
Schieffer, Mark T.-178 
Schlenker, Thomas M.-178 
Schmid, Michael W.-169 
Schmoeller, Judith A.-169 
Schnepel, Julie-167 
Scholl, Karl W.-157 



Scholl, Timothy J. -169 
Schroeder, Teresa G.-189 
Segler, Russell-169 
Sells, Mona M.-178 
Sells, Sheila B.-158 
Sessions, Mark G.-158 
Sexton, Celia-170 
Sharp, Jarrell-170 
Sharpe, Linda-170 
Shaw, Frank B.-189 
Shelton, Gina L.-178 
Shelton, Terri D.-189 
Shepherd, Laura K.-189 
Shepherd, Richard A.-170 
Shepherd, Robert A.-170 
Sheppard, Constance-178 
Sherman, Leslie D.-189 
Sherrill, Mary E.-189 
Shoup, Julie G.-179 
Shroff, Gerald C.-190 
Shungu, Dikoma-179 
Simmons, William D.-158 
Slaughter, Kathleen-170 
Sloan, Carol E.-179 
Smith, Sandra H.-190 
Smith, Sharon J. -170 
Smith, Steven A.-190 
Snow, Mary T.-190 
Sonnenberg, John-158 
Spain, Catherine-170 
Speck, Jean-190 
Spencer, Adele M.-158 
Stafford, Patrick M.-190 
Stancil, Lorena J. -170 
Steer, Kathy J. -159 
Steger, Richard R.-179 
Steitz, Robin W.-190 
Stone, Russell D.-159 
Stowers, Frank K.-179 
Strane, Tracy-170 
Stripling, Martha-190 
Stroud, Brooke M.-170 
Suh, Sally-170 

Tarver, Mary E.-190 



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Tatum, Shirley B.-159 
Taylor, Diane L.-190 
Teas, Carol L.-179 
Teinert, Eunice F.-179 
Thomas, Mary E.-170 
Thomas, Tena A. -190 
Thompson, Margaret A. -170 
Tillman, Barbara S.-159 
Tittle, Sharon E.-159 
Todd, Brian T.-160 
Tolson, Michelle L.-190 
Tomasco, Karen E.-190 
Triggs, Casey R.-190 
Troconis, Renato-160 
Trotter, Karole L.-190 
Truax, Cynthia L.-191 
Truitt, Steven P. -171 
Trujillo, Evelyn J. -160 
Tubbs, Jenny-179 
Tunnell, Laura J. -191 
Tunnell, Sarah R.-171 



Van Cleave, Lorna L.-179 
Vandament, Beth-171 
Vander Naillen, Vicky-160 
Vardiman, Rebecca J. -170 
Varner, Miles W.-179 
Victorin, Sally L.-171 
Villaret, Amanda L.-171 
Villareal, Oralia R.-191 
Vrana, Sherry A. -160 



Wickes, Melissa A. -179 
Wiemers, Deborah L.-171 
Wilcox, Jean-191 
Wilcox, Margaret A. -161 
Willard, Cynthia-161 
Williams, Cynthia L.-191 
Williams, Julie A.-171 
Williams, Richard-161 
Williamson, Bernard T.-161 
Williamson, Michael G.-161 
Wilsher, M'Lynda K.-171 
Wilson, Betty J.-191 
Wilson, Mary J.-162 
Wilson, Ruth-191 
Winston, Lou Ann-191 
Winters, Mimi-171 
Wisdom, Mark-179 
Woodfin, Patricia C.-171 
Worthing, Ann-171 



Yarber, Michael-162 
Yuen, Oscar-171 



Zwiener, John R.-179 
Zwiener, Robert J. -162 



Wallace, Jill-191 
Walton, William H.-161 
Ward, Cheryl-191 
Waters, Ruth E.-191 
Watson, Gail-191 
Webb, Patricia A.-161 
West, Susan K.-191 
Wheeler, Edward-191 
White, Melinda A.-191 
Whitfield, Elizabeth-171 
Whitman, Pamela S.-179 



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THE LONE 
EDITOR 



Now is the time for me to bow out gracefully, 
thanking those who helped me along the way. Take 
no notice if you hear the tune of "Take This Job 
and Shove It". One day you think you know all 900 
students here, and then when you're trying to 
identify people in organizations, you don't know 
anyone. Please accept my apologies if you find that 
you are not in here — at my last estimate, roughly 
650 students are in here some place or another. 
That's 72.22% — let's see UT beat that! It's been 
an interesting year- the yearbook office has moved 
three times, and the format of the yearbook was 
changed in May. But enough of the trials and 
tribulations, and on to the thank yous. The 
envelope, please! 



Debbie Barr-heeded the call of duty 

All of my friends and John Zwiener- I took it out on 

them 
Carol Treible and Barbara Brightwell 
Tom Buckner 
Faye Hubbard 
Ann Worthing 
Kyle Babick 
Hoyt Riley 
Dustin James 
Brian Todd 
Eric Reynolds 
Mark Smith 

Pete from Capitol Camera 
Sondra Baldwin 
Mom and Dad-always good for constructive criticism 



— Diane Bailey 



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